US Considering Supporting Daimer Bhasha Dam In Pakistan



The US is considering financially supporting, Daimer Basha a $12bn dam in Pakistan. The aid is an attempt to improve US’s image in the country. Despite being Pakistan’s largest international donor, the western power is seen in an unfavorable light by many in Pakistan.

American officials hope the dam would help to improve relations. US aid would also be crucial in garnering support from other international agencies such as the Asian Development Bank.

The dam, on the Indus River, would provide 4,500MW of cheap, green energy helping to relieve Pakistan’s electricity shortages and could also prevent devastating damages in flood season.

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